Some useful Javascript related links

General

wtfjs – all the WTF language features associated with javascript!

Guide to OO basics of javascript

 

Node.js

nodejs.org – home for Node.js

npm – a repository for Node.js modules

express – web server framework for Node.js

dropbox-node – node.js client for working with the Dropbox API

hummingbird – real-time (20 updates per second) website traffic monitoring tool built on top of Node.js

vows – behaviour drive development framework for Node.js

node-mysql – pure Node.js javascript client implementing the MySql protocol

node-mongodb – a Node.js drive for MongoDB

node.js KnockOut – Node.js competition, good place to see some examples of what you can achieve with Node.js

NodeJsCloud – Node.js cloud hosting platform (coming soon)

Joyent – Node.js hosting platform (limited public beta)

Heroku – Node.js hosting platform

Node EC2 – Node.js binding for the Amazon Query API

Zombie.js – testing framework for client-side javascript using Node.js

 

NoSQL Database

CouchDB

MongoDB

 

Frameworks

jQuery – needs no introduction..

MooTools – compact, modular, OO javascript framework

Sencha – development framework

SproutCore – HTML5 based development framework for web apps

Sammy – Javascript framework built on top of jQuery

CoffeeScript – language that combines features from python and ruby and compiles into javascript

Cake – simplified version of Make for CoffeeScript

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